• Cardinals
    STL
  • Rockies
    COL

Cardinals
Cardinals

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
0-550000119.267.380.569
1-551100018.272.322.448
2-551200016.306.366.469
0-00000000.000.000.000
2-552220223.289.325.526
0-440000114.233.311.428
1-331111119.262.343.433
3-331310019.245.327.387
1-330101217.279.352.441
1-33112006.143.173.286
0-00000000.000.000.000
0-00000000.242.235.394
0-11000001.256.331.508
0-00000000.000.000.000
0-00000000.283.346.425
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
M. Mikolas4.212540387-572.9487
C. Shreve0.21001016-92.4516
C. Martinez1.20000319-133.3119
J. Hicks1.01002125-133.0325
B. Norris1.01001019-132.9119

Rockies
Rockies

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-441221014.278.345.479
2-550200124.281.329.500
2-441211215.309.390.578
2-551200114.286.342.480
0-00000000.000.000.000
1-550100221.294.348.548
0-551010121.232.300.436
3-550310017.245.329.401
1-440100015.162.276.270
0-00000107.221.329.379
0-00000001.083.083.167
0-00000000.333.333.333
1-11110002.286.338.377
0-00000000.094.147.094
1-11010006.250.250.250
0-00000000.000.000.000
0-11000109.274.319.424
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
A. Senzatela4.110771492-585.2492
C. Rusin0.2000103-26.753
C. Bettis1.00000015-95.3715
S. Oberg2.01000331-212.7531
W. Davis1.00000011-74.8911

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • STL4
    • 2COL
  • Stolen Bases

    • STL1
    • 0COL
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • STL7
    • 7COL
  • Total Bases

    • STL21
    • 22COL

Game Information

Coors Field
  • Denver, Colorado 80299
  • Line: STL -122
  • Over/Under: 11
Attendance: 43,578
86%
Capacity: 50,490
3:31
Home Plate Umpire - Brian O'Nora, First Base Umpire - Cory Blaser, Second Base Umpire - Lance Barrett, Third Base Umpire - Tony Randazzo
WINCarlos MartinezC. Martinez(7-6)1.2 IP, 0 ER, 3 K, 0 BB
LOSSAntonio SenzatelaA. Senzatela(4-4)4.1 IP, 7 ER, 4 K, 1 BB
SAVEBud NorrisB. Norris(27)1.0 IP, 0 ER, 0 K, 1 BB

Scoring Summary

InningSTLCOL
2ndO'Neill homered to left (411 feet).10
2ndGyorko scored on Wolters' passed ball.20
2ndMikolas homered to right center (426 feet), Wong scored.40
5thO'Neill doubled to deep center, Molina scored, J. Martínez to third.50
5thGyorko doubled to deep left, J. Martínez scored, O'Neill to third.60
5thWong hit sacrifice fly to left, O'Neill scored.70
5thBlackmon homered to right center (422 feet), Parra scored.72
5thArenado homered to left (438 feet).73
5thDesmond grounded into fielder's choice to third, González scored, Story out at second, Desmond to third on throwing error by second baseman Wong.74
5thMcMahon singled to left center, Desmond scored.75

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